US Domestic Air Travel

Brick and Mortar Agencies sales of domestic air tickets are higher than OTAs and Megas

According to the Airline Reporting Corporation, 36% of all domestic airline ticket sales ($3.1b) is done by the “other travel agent” category.  This is down 1% from the beginning of the year. With 13,709 agencies left in the US, this means that the bulk of sales are produced by just under 13,700 of them. The […]

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Per ARC, YTD Mega agencies are holding steady on Domestic Air Tickets Issued

According to the Airline Reporting Corporation, for all three quarters to date of 2012, Mega Agencies have issued 25% of the domestic airline tickets issued by the agency community. The Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) grew as a percentage of total transactions (42%) in the 2nd quarter, but reverted back to 41% of total agency sales

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US Domestic Air Travel Rebounded in 2010, ARC projects continued growth in 2011

ARC Says U.S. Domestic Air Travel Rebounded in 2010, Projects Continued Growth in 2011 Midwest and New York State airports are top in ticket volume Arlington, Va. – January 12, 2011 – ARC, which serves as the U.S. financial settlement engine and data repository for the airlines’ travel agency sales channel, today announced that domestic

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